Abdominal Massage &
Pelvic Floor Healing in Saskatoon
The pelvic floor includes muscles, ligaments, nerves, and connective tissue. It plays a vital role in the body by providing support posture and our internal organs like the bladder, genitals, uterus, and anus. Our focus is Homeostasis - inner balance of the anatomy & Hemodynamics - how blood, lymph & energy flow is a priority of treatment outcome.
Treatment will always start with an assessment of Common areas that refer pain to the pelvic region include the abdomen, lower back, hips, pubic symphysis (the front part of your pubic bones) and sacroiliac joint (the joint formed by the sacrum and ilium from your low back to your coccyx).
This treatment will be hands-on, and the therapist will go over an informed consent before any testing, palpation, or treatment.
Self-care techniques, Education, & Optimal positioning of organs, pelvis, and rib cage are a primary focus.
EveryBODY is different - so based off of your assessment and findings treatment may include :
Breathing - Core Awareness - Posture
Education, Exercise and Stretch Programs, Hands-on Therapy to Release Trigger Points or Reset the Pelvis Myofascial System, Visceral Manipulation, Arvigo Maya Abdominal Therapy, Acupuncture, Electro-Stimulation, Herbal Remedies, & Yoga Therapy.
This Will Allow You Release & Retrain Holding Patterns Within Your Pelvis.
Who Should Consider Abdominal Massage & Pelvic Floor Therapy?
Everyone with a pelvis should learn about their pelvic floor!
IF YOU EXPERIENCE ANY OF THE SYMPTOMS BELOW, YOU WILL BENEFIT FROM ABDOMINAL MASSAGE & PELVIC FLOOR THERAPY:
Frequent or Leaking Urination
Waking Often to Pee At Night
Chronic Pelvic Pain
Infertility or Fertility Issues
Pain with Sitting (Coccyx Pain)
Low Back Pain
Hip Flexor Pain
The Importance of the Psoas
For a woman, her pelvis is the cradle of civilization. The internal environment needs to be lush, centered, and dynamic. The Psoas, spoken of as the muscle of the soul in Daoist healing traditions therefore, holds the key for a juicy pelvis, and for accessing instinctual primal wisdom essential for a resilient natural birth process.
On a very functional level, a lush juicy Psoas relieves and even eliminates low back and leg pains, centers the energy of support within the bones, opens the pelvis and hips for support, and helps a birthing woman avoid induction.
On every level understanding the messages of Psoas not only resolves the fear of birthing, but awakens our animal body instincts empowering mother and baby to emerge and blossom whole-heartedly and with their core integrity intact.
Rebalance Your Pelvis, Your Body, Your Life.
Pelvic Floor Rehab
Book In Today With Jenel
Jenel has years of experience helping women rehab and rebalance their pelvis and pelvic floor muscles.
Working both in hands on therapy or leading women through rehab exercises or stretches for the pelvic floor & supporting muscle groups.
Extra Training In;
Advanced Anatomy of the Female Pelvis
Myofascial Release of the Pelvis
Jenel's vast knowledge of the female pelvis, pelvic floor & body will help you regain your quality of life.
Saskatoon's Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist
Working with pregnant and postpartum women, not to mention perimenopause and menopause when those hormonal changes can leave a woman’s body more vulnerable to injury, much like the postpartum time period!
It’s no wonder so many women get prolapse when they go through menopause. They aren’t exercising in a system that supports them.
If they are taught how to manage pressure properly and with great technique, then many cases of prolapse could be prevented.
This isn’t just for those that are pregnant or newly postpartum, it’s women that want to support a lifetime of healthy exercise.
Saskatoon's Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist
A Weath Of Knowlegde For Pregnant & Postpartum Women
Working With StoonRMT you will learn the best corrective exercises that go way beyond clams, bridges, and planks to use for improving alignment, strength, and finding the source of the problem.
On top of that, you will gain a working knowledge of the small tweaks needed to make each individual exercise more effective from beginner to advanced athlete.
We also pull from a lot of different perspectives, many tools in the toolbox so to speak, so you’ll get a wide range of approaches and develop a great appreciation for the big picture and whole body holistic approach.
It bridges the gap between training and rehab.
Who Would Benefit From A Program Like This?
Anyone with pelvic floor issues, diastasis recti, SI joint dysfunction, and low back pain.
Postpartum or C-section Recovery At StoonRMT In Saskatoon
Why focus on women's health?
Women are not getting the pregnancy and postpartum care they deserve
or even the exercise advice they deserve heading into menopause.
Closing The Bones
Postpartum Ritual in Saskatoon
Saskatoon's Postnatal Massage Experts Provide the nurturing & relaxing treatment to honor this transition period.
*This Treatment Can Be Done At ANY Time In Your Life*
StoonRMT performs Closing the Bones as a way to support a woman's recovery after childbirth; a way to celebrate the amazing abilities of her body; and a way to create a moment of stillness, of meditative peace and reflection in the rollercoaster of emotions of new motherhood.
This is a sacred time. It is a postnatal ritual. It is a ceremony. It is a massage with warming, nurturing the use of a shawl, or scarf.
Gentle massage, abdominal massage with healing essential oils, & reiki follow the scarf binding.
Pelvic Floor Homecare and a Herbal Sitz Bath are provided for continued treatment after the ceremony ends.
It can be done In HOME for an Extra $20 fee.
C-Section Scar Release & Recovery
What is C-Section Scar Release & Recovery Treatment Like?
C-Section Scar Treatment and PostPartum Massage is very beneficial. Treatment Can Start after the scar has healed (6-8 weeks) or anytime in our life after that. Book In Today For a Free Consult!
Focusing on the scar tissue that has formed, using gentle friction techniques to break down the deep thick layers of dermis (the layer below the top layer of skin).
Promoting blood and lymph flow to the area to improve the healing process.
Using a Full Body Approach based on assessment prior to treatment to releasing muscle tension in the surrounding areas that can get impacted through the pregnancy and delivery process such as your glutes, pelvic floor, hip flexors, quadriceps, abdominals, intercostal muscles (muscles between the ribs) and low back.
Along With Customized Exercise and Stretch Program to Facilitate Long Lasting Results. Similar to Physiotherapy or Physical Therapy.
The combination of these self-care tips and highly trained RMT techniques will help restore optimal length to your tissues and help to ensure that you are on your way to an optimal recovery.